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James Moody - James Moody (1959)

18-02-2015, 12:28
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James Moody - James Moody (1959)

Artist: James Moody
Title Of Album: James Moody
Year Of Release: 1959
Label: Argo Records
Genre: Jazz
Format: FLAC (tracks), log-file
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 00:37:57
Total Size: 256 MB

James Moody's self-titled disc from 1959 is a solidly swinging date that finds Moody splitting his time between flute, alto, and tenor sax. His sextet is made up of mostly obscure players, though trumpeter Johnny Coles had a couple of records as a leader. The session was the first for Moody following his stay at Overbrook Hospital and he certainly sounds rejuvenated on uptempo tunes like "Daahoud," "Darben the Redd Foxx," and "Cookie." His work on flute is especially nice on the ballads "Little Girl Blue" and "Yesterdays." Best of all is "R.B.Q.," a funky blues workout that closes the record in style and features Moody on tenor blowing his soul out. This record is a fine example of what makes Moody so wonderful; his exuberance, thoughtfulness, and soul make him one of the greats. If you haven't discovered him yet, this is a good place to start. If you're already hip to the man, this is a vital addition to your collection.

1. Darben the Redd Foxx (03:53)
2. Little Girl Blue (03:11)
3. Out of Nowhere (06:31)
4. Daahoud (06:00)
5. Yesterdays (04:05)
6. Cookie (02:41)
7. With Malice Toward None (03:21)
8. R.B.Q. (08:11)

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chunkya   User offline   18 February 2015 13:37

any chance of mp3 on this release? thanks

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